# if \$95 is put in an account that gets 6% and I add \$18 per year how much will I have at the end of 11 years?

Answer: First, you need to get the 6% of \$95 which would be: \$5.70. Then you need to multiply \$5.70 to 11 to know how much of the 6% of \$95 will be added at the end of 11 years. It will leave you with \$62.70. Since you're adding \$18 per year, you need to multiply it by 11 which would be \$198. Now that you calculated all the money you will be having at the end of 11 years, you just need to add them all up. Since you have already \$95 + \$62.70 + \$198 = \$355.70. The total money you will be having is \$355.70.

## Related Questions

Prove the divisibility of the following numbers:
24^54·54^24·2^10 by 72^63

Factorize each composite base:

Then

Now cancel as many factors as possible:

The denominator vanishes, so does divide .

The sum of two consecutive odd integers is 128. find the two integers.

Call the first odd number x.
That means the next odd number would be x+2.
For example, if the first odd number is 9 then the next one would be 11, which is why it is plus 2. Okay?

So then, x+x+2=128
2x+2=128
2x=126
x=63
x+2=65
Thus, the two consecutive odd numbers are 63 and 65.

Hope I helped :)
Let's make an equation where y is the largest number.
x+y=128
Since odd consecutive numbers are two away, we can make an equation for y.
x+2=y; let's plug that in for y in the first equation.
x+x+2=128; let's add like terms.
2x+2=128; let's subtract 2.
2x=126; let's divide.
126÷2=63=x
If x is 63, y is 65.
So the two numbers are 63 and 65.

Seven more than the product of a number and 8 equals 2 Use the variable w for the unknown number

Answer: w • 8 + 7 = 2

Step-by-step explanation:

Just translate the words into numbers. Product is multiplication and seven more means add.

Equation:

(W * 8) + 7 = 2

W = - 0.625

Step-by-step explanation:

8W = - 5

W = - 0.625

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